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Enables the user to upload/enter the artifacts required for an IEPD (schemas and documentation) along with its metadata and assembles it into a package per the NIEM IEPD specification.
Ability to validate that minimum artifacts and metadata are present for a NIEM conformant IEPD.
User creates an account and is granted a workspace (My IEPDs).
Workspace can be used to upload the artifacts to construct any number of IEPDs (complete or partial), share with the public the entire IEPD or parts of the IEPD, or search, discover, and download IEPDs that other account holders have shared.
Generates a standard NIEM conformant code list schema from an Excel or CSV file.
Simple to use: enter namespace and version parameters; upload an Excel spreadsheet file containing code type names, and corresponding code values and definitions; and then download the NIEM conformant schema.
A single Excel file can be used to generated multiple code types and associated values in one schema.
For separate schemas, use separate Excel files.
A simple template.xls format is available to examine or clone. A sample output file (template.xsd) is also available.
Intended to ASSIST developers by automatically identifying potential locations of non-conformance within IEPD artifacts (such as schemas, metadata, catalog, xml, etc.) using the latest published NIEM NDR, and associated specifications.
A user uploads an IEPD, a set of schemas in a zip file, or an individual schema. A report is generated outlining any rules that the files violate.
The uploaded files and the report are stored in your account workspace and can be deleted at any time.
The conformance validation tool is available for evaluation and feedback purposes ONLY.
The conformance validation tool is NOT the authoritative source for NIEM conformance, and therefore, CAN NOT guarantee or be used to certify full NIEM conformance.